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. it's 4:30. multiple breaking stories right now. someone right now on the run, outside of the cherry bar. police say they have a good idea who the suspect on the run is. >> and police investigating a colfax. the person in the wheelchair injured and no word on the suspect. >> and two kill in afghanistan. >> that's right. two killed as they came under fire in afghanistan where they were advising and assisting troops fighting the taliban.
roadside bomb in afghanistan as he was killed and another u.s. soldier injured there. since then, handing over security to afghan forcess and not seen any deaths since then, bringing the death toll to four. the names will not until the families are notified. . officers justin martin and tony rominio were both killed in their patrol cars. the michael scot green has a criminal history and arrested. as the community mourned the
bringing them water. first alert weather. it's a dry start to the day. not like yesterday. yesterday, we were picking up a few few showers early on. a clear sky this morning and going to be sunny this afternoon. upper 30s to low 40s this morning, we'll be in the 50s by 10:00 and the high today, closer to 70. yesterday, a nice fall chill in the air. and toda 7080. eng lwood, 68, thornton, 70 and highlands ranch, an a high of 68. tracking another change, talk about the potential for mountain snow coming up. >> it's fog to be dry out there, unlike the snow to dole with yesterday.
north side to downtown, in about so minutes. 10 minutes. ten minutes. colorado and evans, cones pecked up. all the way to boulder, looking great, no issues to dia. crime may be on the rise in october. just in october alone, 12 people have been killed. >> those murders may not have been happening in the way you think. . >>reporter: good morning to you from dpd headquarters. the domestic violence is playing a larger role in deaths this year. diving into the numbers, this past month alone, october 2016, a dozen people killed, 2015,
only three in october last year and that spike is affecting the yearly numbers so far. if you look, 46 homicides and two months still left to go this year. in 2015, 58 murders. and if you take ouvehicular homicide, the gap shortens and we are ahead of where we were last year. and as i mingsed, domestic violence playing larger roll in the numbers of shootings and that we have seen so far this year. coming up at 5:00, more in the domestic violence issue and what the dpd is doing about it. reporting live at dpd, defr seven. two teens in castle rock is -- one house is condemned and
talking to those specializing in chemicals, that could be a long cleanup. firing this man, accused of -- a hospital volunteer. the investigatesers say matthew wilson found it through in a dating app the memorial hospital. cu blow mroo is behind bars for possessing child pornography. investigating the -- an app and foreign e-mail accounts to trade child porn while working at cu. a warning about this popular app that kids are probably using. it's musically. but it's ghot that dot. you can share videos and make
and jefferson county child -- inappropriate messages on the app and talking about the predator trying to contact herr . >> getting over and we were doing the live thing, lively, and somebody talking about really inappropriate things about girls. >> so investigators say if you're going to let your kids use musically, make sure the account is private. go you can find that on thedenverchannel.com. >> report it with 15 minutes if it happens and working on technology to scan the messages and be able to block those messages and offensive videos before it's posted. you voice, your vote, clock winding down and it's anyone's race in colorado.
clinton and donald trump in an even heat. it's obvious this week. several been campaigning. >> today, donald trump jr. will be in town and donald trump tomorrow and bernie sanders has a rally in critical condition on saturday. >> if you don't like your options for president, you can write someone in. colorado has six official write in candidates. >> we caught homeless hitchhiker that wants to legalize marijuana, travel the country and smoke marijuana. a little bit of a rap sheet, but has a message. >> people don't know about the guy on the corner holding the sign. >> if you write in mickey mouse or paul ryan, you vote will not
the candidates must file an affidavit before election day. thanks to a denver seven viewer -- names, addresses, maps, angs and in some cases even phone numbers of colorado voters. it's all public record. but there's a catch. whoever put this together, a way to keep your identity pr tracing it to panama, likely to cover tracks. anyone can get it for 50 bucks, but the state will never turn over your social security or driver's license number. . a former kkk member shows up at a black college. how in the world did it get
subway workers killed in new york carrying supplies for construction. in no word on why there was a train on the tracks while they were working. 156, killed and 49-year-old is in stable condition. we are following at least 19 people dead after two trains collided in pakistan. another 50 are hurt. one stopped in a platform when the conductor of the second that was stopped and the second conductor likely ignored the traffic signal. at least two children are among those dead. a physical senateedebate. a former kkk member was allowed to attend a meeting in a historical black university. students didn't mind. >> trying to force through the doors.
and the debate included six candidates, including david duke. new developments on the north dakota access pipeline. president obama said the u.s. army corps of engineers to change the route. procedures have been fighting for that for months now. if that happens, they could take months to build it. ? new york, a brutal attack ends up with a man dead and hoping the surveillance video would lead them to the suspect. >> a man punched in the back of the head, standing at the intersection, a man hit him in the hend hed, tried to get back up and back up. showing that he punched a woman first and the man punched him
birds, ferrets, cats, dogs and a lizard were living in deplorable conditions in the house. a child was also there. charged with animal cruelty and endangering the safety of a child. curiosity nearly killed this cat. getting stuck on top of the water tower, a hundred feet off the ground. we brought this to you, the rescue on the 11:00 news. after days being stuck on there, finally managed to get the cat down. they used a drone to inspect the tower and sent the crew up there andda cat carrier and probably very excited to be down. getting checked out. >> we interviewed the cat and the kate said, i was fine. i was good.
temperatures around 60 degrees and today, 7-10 degrees warmer. >> warmer. >> a roller coaster rrde. >> and the precipitation is low. the cheat sheet today, going to be a warmer afternoon, plenty of sunshine, more sunshine statewide than it was yesterday. starting with the cloud cover. we're going to be near 70 degrees to end the week. right now, you're stepping out the door to 50 degree wind at five to ten miles per hour. it's light breeze and it's going to be a perfect afternoon. parker, 67 and platteville, 69 and every green, most mountain towns in the low to mid 60s. alittle bit of snow yesterday and today, 60 in evergreen by 3:00. 62 in denver, see how warm it gets.
dry and lakewood, 70 are you , roer, aurora, 60s. in the region, a kwoit pattern. sunshine today and we'll expect to see a little more cloud cover on afraid with the high clouds. this is ahead of a weak system that can bring a shower. slight chance, only ten to 20% chance with temperatures in the mid 60s. the cooler days on the forecast are not until next week. monday and tuesday, 50s to around 60. so we'll see a potential of light rain, but very dry, jayson. and what we saw yesterday barely dampened the roads. >> that's right. we have dry conditions now. in the high country, maybe some
aurora and dia, and take a look at the side roads. chambers, havana, no delays across there. diagonal and 36 north of town. new numbers showing a lot of people still using facebook and the company is smashing expectations when it comes to rev. >> ke dales in today's tech bytes. >> far exceeding the expectations of $7 billion for facebook. >> a 15% rise. 1.8 billion people use facebook every month. and net flex is getting close to letting you watch moves wheel not connected to the is intert. >> a service that expreponderance of all the evidences there and first, won't be available to u.s. viewers. uber has made some changes
>> get this, the riders can connect their information to the -- calendar to the app. scan restaurants or order food gulliver ris. and the new version of the app is faster than the previous one. >> those are your tech bytes. its 50th anniversary. >> randy travis showing up after suffering a stroke. and talked to carrie, talking about what else? the election. >> the election is taking forever and ever ?. >> female vocalist of the year, chris stapleton winning the
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a chance for a light shower on saturday and 60s, jayson through the weekend. coming up, we'll take a look at where we should be in denver in golden and highway 96 and 1th, just saw a car drive buy bi. there's one. a lot of green out there, including getting out to dia. so far, problem-free. the time is 6:85 56. 56 a debbie deal. today is national sand sandwich day. the time is 6:68. . :65 56. 56.
. denver 7 breaking news. >> we are following multiple breaking news stories this morning. a man stabbed at a bar and three crashes. leaving several injured. the stabbing leaving one injured. >> this happened at jerry lease brace polymerase in brighton. police think they know who it was. >> and a dangerous day on the roads. a person in wheelchair hit by a car on franklin and colfax. >> no word on any charges. another at 14th and detroit in denver. that person is in serious condition. how it happened or if anyone